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James Nixon
James Nixon
3,196 Points

Tracks - Web Design

Hey so I just completed the first part of this track. How to make a website. The track then leads on to html. After watching half way through the video I was like "obviously I know some html I just learnt some with you." Should I leave the track? and go do something else or do these courses get more involved than I did in the make a website section? I don't want to re-cap all the html and css. I am a graphic designer by profession and already had a loose understanding of them anyway.

2 Answers

Ron McCranie
Ron McCranie
7,836 Points

If you want a good foundation of HTML then continue in the HTML track. I've been doing html for years but still go though these deep dive tracks to refresh my memory on stuff I don't use regularly.

James Nixon
James Nixon
3,196 Points

Thanks Ron, I am going to start working through them now.

James Nixon
James Nixon
3,196 Points

so these deep dive parts go much further than I just went on the current course, and the information in them is useful if I plan on learning other front end aspects.